When science, architecture and art meet:
Artist China Blue discovers music in the vibrations of the Eiffel Tower
These are some of the original recordings.
Since 1889, the world has assumed they knew the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Artist China Blue has proven them wrong. In October of 2007, China Blue, along with her technical team headed by auditory neuroscientist Seth Horowitz, discovered that it is a living, constantly fluxing iron organism: a living thing with its own song, derived from the structural vibrations as it responds to its environment. The Tower produces a pulsing range of sounds, from the subsonic vibrations of the iron born from footsteps, motors and the wind, to the hum of the steel chariots in the machine room, to the human voices that surround her. Having been given access to regions unexplored by the general public, this project presents these sounds and the musical/acoustic pieces they gave rise to on "Under Voices: Les Voix de la Tour Eiffel" Now available at: CD Baby http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/ChinaBlue.